January 2018 News Articles

Pastor Gregg Matte of Houston FBC Delivers Chapel Message

January 31, 2018—Gregg Matte, senior pastor of Houston First Baptist Church and founder of Breakaway Ministries, delivered the chapel message Wednesday, Jan. 31, at Oklahoma Baptist University. Matte used the story of the burning bush from Exodus 3 to instruct students on identifying and obeying God’s…

OBU Community Invited to Second Annual Ballroom Dance Class

January 29, 2018—Beginning in February, Dr. Daryl Green, assistant professor of business and Dickinson Chair of Business, along with his wife, Estraletta, will teach a four-week dance series called “Basic Ballroom and Club Social Dance Lessons.” The series will take place each Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.…

Houston FBC Pastor Gregg Matte to Deliver First Chapel Address of Spring Semester

January 24, 2018—Gregg Matte, senior pastor of Houston First Baptist Church and founder of Breakaway Ministries, will speak at Oklahoma Baptist University Wednesday, Jan. 31, at 10 a.m. in Raley Chapel’s Potter Auditorium. His message kicks off the chapel series for the spring 2018 semester at…

OBU Business Students Find Success in Online Businesses

January 22, 2018—Students from Oklahoma Baptist University’s Paul Dickinson College of Business recently used marketing skills learned in the classroom to create and promote various online businesses. The online businesses were part of a class project, which challenged 39 students, comprised of both…

OBU Music Prep Announces Auditions for Shawnee Honor Choir, Openings for Kindermusik

January 19, 2018—Oklahoma Baptist University’s Music Preparatory Department will conduct auditions for Shawnee Honor Choir, for students in grades 3 to 7, on Jan. 23, from 3 to 4:45 p.m. in OBU’s Raley Chapel room 141. All interested students in grades 3-7 from Shawnee and the surrounding area are…

Computer Science Students Gain Real-World Experience

January 10, 2018—University students often view time away from class as a chance to focus solely on rest and relaxation. However, for a few of Oklahoma Baptist University’s computer science majors, this time was used to gain essential skills and experiences through various internship opportunities. After…